Thomas Earnshaw Automatic Watch - Robinson
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Thomas Earnshaw (1749-1829) was the master English watchmaker who simplified the process of marine chronometer production. His chronometers travelled the world on notable voyages including HMS Bounty and HMS Beagle which carried Charles Darwin to the Galapagos Islands. An original Thomas Earnshaw pocket watch was sold at auction in 2005 for 12,000 Swiss Francs (almost £20,000 in today's money)!
This latest generation ‘Automatic' Thomas Earnshaw timepiece converts the movement of your wrist into electricity to constantly recharge the built-in battery. In addition to being self-winding it is water resistant to 5 ATM (50metres), features a solid stainless steel case, hardened domed mineral crystal glass face, 24hour display, plus it's supplied in a matching Thomas Earnshaw gift box including a full history of the man himself.
Choose between silver with black anthracite dial or 18ct Rose Gold plated with silver dial, both with black crocodile pattern genuine leather straps and subdial second display.
- Self-winding automatic Thomas Earnshaw watch
- Water resistance: 5 ATM / 50 metres
- Visible underside case showing precision automatic movement
- Part of the Robinson range
- Strap width: 22-20mm
- Diameter of case (3-9): 34.5mm
If you want to keep your favourite Thomas Earnshaw watch wound and ready for use when you need it, then complete your collection with our exclusively designed gold silkscreen imprinted Thomas Earnshaw automatic winding box.
Video – A Brief History of Thomas Earnshaw:
Thomas Earnshaw (1749-1829) was a master English watchmaker who most famously simplified the process of marine chronometer production. He improved the transit clock at the Royal Greenwich Observatory to ensure marine chronometers were precise and accurate enough to be used as a portable time standard to help determine longitude by means of celestial navigation together with a fixed location – such as Greenwich Mean Time. Earnshaw chronometers travelled the world on several notable voyages including on-board HMS Bounty and HMS Beagle which carried Charles Darwin to the Galapagos Islands. An original Thomas Earnshaw pocket watch was sold at auction in 2005 for 12,000 Swiss Francs (almost £20,000 in today's money) and there is a tribute to the work of Mr. Earnshaw in High Holburn, London.
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